I found several selling gigs on Fiverr who can provide a buyer with 20 plus written articles. The gigs state: I will write 20 plus UNIQUE articles that pass copyscape test on any keyword for $5, estimated delivery 1 or 2 days, with 9 or more orders in their queue!! Lets do the calculation. 20 articles (most articles are 300 or more words) X 9 orders = 180 articles. 180 articles X 300 words = a minimum of 54,000 words! Say What? IMPOSSIBLE!
Folks, many great writers need research and writing time to produce good, unique, quality written articles on your keyword choice. It would be quite difficult to impossible to write and produce that amount of articles in such a short time frame. BUSTED!
Further more, these specific gigs I am speaking of, state the buyer gets 100% unique articles that pass copyscape test. Articles are created by encoding stop words with similar characters. The articles are gathered from article directories. PLAGIARISM, plain and simple!
These gigs are misleading, they are NOT written by the fiverr seller, they are NOT unique, and the use of encoding stop words (some hidious software) to fool the eyes of google and copyscape is stealing from article directories (authors written material on the web). If you copy and paste these encoded articles on Squidoo, you get garbled characters that are - UNREADABLE. SURE, it passes copyscape, SURE you may not get the garbled characters on your blog or website - but it's a FOOL! Don't be TRICKED!
Caution to the wind: An individual may take advantage of the 20 plus articles gigs and decide to utilize their own service to outsource articles too their buyers, not realizing these gigs are using that encoding method.
STOP AND THINK. Don't fall for these gigs. If it's too good to be true, it probably is.
END these GIGS: I contacted Fiveer support department to explain and report these selling gigs. Fiverr will look into it. I won't name names, but these selling gigs are still producing the encoding stop words (software). My complaint may have fallen on deaf ears!
Buyers beware: I am sure there are a good handful of writers on Fiverr who will write honest, unique articles. Ask the seller questions first. Are the articles unique and original? Do you use software or tricks to fool Copyscape or Google? If you don't get a satisfactory response, take your business elsewhere.